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Marine Fitting Working Conditions

Austal Ships Apprentices are employed under an Employee Collective Agreement (ECA) and are required to work a 40 hour week, with a choice of roster pattern. Some overtime may be required depending on the deadlines and targets that you are expected to achieve during your apprenticeship. Austal Ships has clean, safe construction halls that you would be required to work within and all potential employees must be committed and focused on safety. This means that you are required to abide by the safety policies and procedures including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

To succeed in this trade, you need to demonstrate the following characteristics and skills:
> > > > > > > > > Good hearing and eyesight. Manual dexterity. Mechanical aptitude and interest. Ability to work as a part of a team. Desire to keep up-to-date with changing technology. Keenness to use tools and equipment to perform tasks requiring precision. Ability to solve problems. Ability to follow routine procedures. Strength and stamina to work with heavy tools and materials.

Pre-requisites
To gain an apprenticeship in Marine Fitting you are required to have one or more of the following pre-requisites: > Year 10 - Level 4 or higher in English, Maths, Science and Design and Technology. > Year 11/12 - Level 4 in English and C grade in Maths and Science. > Previous work experience in the mechanical area. > Demonstrated interest in the mechanical area.

References
www.apprenticeships.training.wa.gov.au

As a Marine Fitout Apprentice at Austal Ships you will be involved in:

Marine Fitout Working Conditions


Austal Ships Apprentices are employed under an Employee Collective Agreement (ECA) and are required to work a 40 hour week, with a choice of roster pattern. Some overtime may be required depending on the deadlines and targets that you are expected to achieve during your apprenticeship. Austal Ships has clean, safe construction halls that you would be required to work within and all potential employees must be committed and focused on safety. This means that you are required to abide by the safety policies and procedures including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

To succeed in this trade, you need to demonstrate the following characteristics and skills:
> Good eyesight to select materials and look for surface imperfections. > Good hand/eye coordination and manual dexterity. > Ability to visualise a finished product from drawings, blueprints or other specifications. > Desire to do a precise and thorough job. > Keenness to use tools and equipment to perform tasks requiring precision. > Ability to follow established procedures and solve problems by experimenting. > Ability to work as a part of a team.

Pre-requisites
To gain an apprenticeship in Marine Fitout you are required to have one or more of the following pre-requisites: > Year 10 - Level 4 or higher in English, Maths, Science and Design and Technology. > Year 11/12 - Level 4 in English and C grade in Maths and Science. > Previous work experience in the interior fitout area. > Demonstrated interest in the interior fitout area.

References
www.apprenticeships.training.wa.gov.au

Electrotechnology Electrician (Electrical)

Electrical Working Conditions


Austal Ships Apprentices are employed under an Employee Collective Agreement (ECA) and are required to work a 40 hour week, with a choice of roster pattern. Some overtime may be required depending on the deadlines and targets that you are expected to achieve during your apprenticeship. Austal Ships has clean, safe construction halls that you would be required to work within and all potential employees must be committed and focused on safety. This means that you are required to abide by the safety policies and procedures including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

To succeed in this trade, you need to demonstrate the following characteristics and skills:
> > > > > > > > > > Good communication and reading skills. Mechanical and mathematical ability. Ability to work within a team. Strength and manual dexterity. Ability to distinguish colours to work with colour-coded wiring. Ability to work at heights. Interest in keeping up with new developments in the field. Strength and stamina to work in confined spaces. Desire to do a precise and thorough job. Ability to be neat, friendly and courteous to customers (especially if youre installing or maintaining equipment in existing homes or businesses). > Keenness to use tools and equipment to perform tasks requiring precision. > Ability to analyse information to trouble-shoot problems and perform preventive maintenance.

Pre-requisites
To gain an apprenticeship in Electrical you are required to have one or more of the following pre-requisites: > > > > > Year 10 - Level 4 or higher in English, Maths, Science and Design and Technology. Year 11/12 - Level 4 in English and C grade in Maths and Science. Pre-apprenticeship in a related qualification. Previous work experience in the electrical area. Demonstrated interest in the electrical area.

References
www.apprenticeships.training.wa.gov.au

First Class Machining Working Conditions


Austal Ships Apprentices are employed under an Employee Collective Agreement (ECA) and are required to work a 40 hour week, with a choice of roster pattern. Some overtime may be required depending on the deadlines and targets that you are expected to achieve during your apprenticeship. Austal Ships has clean, safe construction halls that you would be required to work within and all potential employees must be committed and focused on safety. This means that you are required to abide by the safety policies and procedures including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

To succeed in this trade, you need to demonstrate the following characteristics and skills:
> > > > > > > > > > Good hearing and eyesight. Mechanical aptitude and interest. Desire to keep up-to-date with changing technology. Keenness to use tools and equipment to perform tasks requiring precision. Ability to solve problems by experimenting. Ability to follow routine procedures for scheduled maintenance. Strength and stamina to work with heavy tools and materials. Ability to use your hands skilfully and quickly. Ability to estimate and measure sizes and distances accurately. Ability to work independently at tasks that require concentration as well as physical effort. > Keenness to set up and adjust machining tools. > Ability to perform precision machining operations and follow established procedures.

Pre-requisites
To gain an apprenticeship in First Class Machining you are required to have one or more of the following pre-requisites: > > > > Year 10 - Level 4 or higher in English, Maths, Science and Design and Technology. Year 11/12 - Level 4 in English and C grade in Maths and Science. Previous work experience in the mechanical area. Demonstrated interest in the mechanical area.

References
www.apprenticeships.training.wa.gov.au

Aluminium Fabrication and Welding Working Conditions


Austal Ships Apprentices are employed under an Employee Collective Agreement (ECA) and are required to work a 40 hour week, with a choice of roster pattern. Overtime may be required depending on the deadlines and targets that you are expected to achieve during your apprenticeship. Austal Ships has clean, safe construction halls that you would be required to work within and all potential employees must be committed and focused on safety. This means that you are required to abide by the safety policies and procedures including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

To succeed in this trade, you need to demonstrate the following characteristics and skills:
> > > > > > > > > > Physical fitness. High degree of manual dexterity. Ability to work within a team. Ability to read technical drawings and visualise the shape of the article. Mechanical aptitude and interest. Willingness to keep up-to-date with changing technology. Keenness to use tools and equipment to perform tasks requiring precision. Keenness to solve problems by experimenting. Strength and stamina to work with heavy tools, machines and materials. Ability to work in confined spaces and at heights.

Pre-requisites - Aluminium Fabrication & Welding


To gain an apprenticeship in Aluminium Fabricating & Welding you are required to have one or more of the following pre-requisites: > > > > Year 10 - Level 4 or higher in metalwork and/or woodwork subjects. Previous work experience in the metals industry. Basic skills in maths and technical drawing/design units. Demonstrated interest in the metal fabrication/welding area.

References
www.apprenticeships.training.wa.gov.au